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Kashya-kashya muttiku
Der Sekundentraum

Bubble Jam

Exergie-butter dance

Lullaby for the Ancestors

Love me Tender

Why let the chicken run?

Risk in Plurality


The Promise

Ale Lino

The Ballad of Treasures

Boundaries that lie

The Black Ball

The Komodo FIles
Deformed Ethic of a Relationship 2.0
Deformed Ethic of a Relationship 1.0

The Fermata

The Visible Undone Behaviour


Cruise Control

Height of Limerence

My FIngers are the Triggers

I Love You

Perception of Patterns in Timeless Influence

The Seed

Silent Trip




Sonnete number 25

The dog barked at the back yard, while the eagle flew after the dark. And I....

When the box was opened, the fog disappeared. Alienation of the stone

I put a spell on you

Excused me, Sir!
Passionate Pilgrim

Exergie - butter dance extended

Feather fell down from the silence

Almost there

Feathers fall from nowhere

Kein Spiel
Conversation with the Black


Beethoven Sonata Marathon

Mama never bought me a pair of jeans trousers

John Cage_Song Books
I'm a ghost in my own house
Sweet dreams sweet
The Dust



Kashya-kashya muttiku in collaboration with Yuko Negoro (Japan)


The piece is dedicated to our mothers and the mother earth. In the assumption of the psychological and physical relationship with our mother, we found out certain cultural and genetic influences in our daily life. By using the extraction of the influences, we arrange and set the combination the aesthetic between the dance, theatre and performance art. The body is used as the main element which can appears in different characters through the conjunction of the thematic and the capacity of the body.


Duration of the performance: 30 minutes

Concept: Yuko Negoro and Melati Suryodarmo
Choreography: Yuko Negoro and Melati Suryodarmo
Artistic director: Yuko Negoro and Melati Suryodarmo
Super 8 Film: Kyong Ju Park
Technique: Judith Pfeifer
Photography: Reinhard Lutz
Advisor: Anzu Furukawa
Music:Ensemble Tres fountaine

Performed Kashya-kashya Muttiku at Freizeit und Bildungs Zentrum, Braunschweig, 1996

Photo: Reinhard Lutz